Choices Without Reasons: Citizens' Juries and Policy Evaluation
Journal of Medical Ethics 2000 August; 26(4): 272-276
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Price, David (2000-08)Citizens' juries are commended as a new technique for democratising health service reviews. Their usefulness is said to derive from a reliance on citizens' rational deliberation rather than on the immediate preferences ...
Lenaghan, Jo; New, Bill; Mitchell, Elizabeth (1996-06-22)Citizens' juries are an attempt to meaningfully involve members of the public in decisions which affect them in their own communities. The Institute for Public Policy Research and Cambridge and Huntingdon Health Authority ...